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Czech markets  |  March 18, 2013 09:16:00

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Stock markets in Asia are falling the most in the last 8 months, when the markets came sharp correction and mass profit taking. One of the catalysts of the credit crisis on Cyprus. Eurozone finance ministers over the weekend agreed on Cyprus financial assistance of EUR 10 billion. However, the condition is a one-off tax bank deposits. For deposits above EUR 100 000 EUR tax rate is 9.9%. Deposits with the lower amount will be taxed at 6.75% rate. While talking about taxation, it is de facto nationalization. State measures should bring about EUR 5.8 billion.

Financial markets hit by fears of a possible re-starting a debt crisis in the eurozone. Eurodollars falls below 1.3000 and weakened by more than 1%. Eurozone bond yields rising risk and stock index futures are falling sharply.Although the history of the area is unprecedented intervention on a global scale is the amount by which the Cyprus plays, as well as insignificant as a drop in the ocean. The situation in the euro area is also relatively stabilized and currently it is unlikely that there would be a re-starting a debt crisis. In the following days because the bulls will have a good chance to enter long positions ...

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